Srs Gamerz doesn’t strive to be an industry-leading, blockbuster gaming website. Srs Gamerz is light-hearted, for those casually hardcore gamers who play for fun, but also for those who want to improve, look around the internet for tips and tricks, do their online research for their favourite game so that they are one step ahead of others.
Srs Gamerz is a collection of musings, fun videos and plain gamer nonesense to promote a community where even those who take gaming seriously or do it as a profession can relax and read or chat about games.
You will find game reviews, interviews, game play videos and more. All in the name of fun and goofiness of course.
About the Author
Graphic designer and online writer, Xariann (aka Elisabetta Bruno) has a passion for arts and entertainment.
Her graphic design articles and tutorials are numerous, and as a contributing writer she produced a lot of content for the New York Times’ website About.com, specifically About Desktop Publishing and About Graphics Software. She was also one of the co-founders of Designorati.com, where she was the Senior Associate Editor before parting ways to pursue other projects.
While still contributing to About Desktop Publishing, Elisabetta kept moving on with her design career. After a break from writing, she came back to that world through Technorati, and is now a writer for their gaming column. Her articles range from eSports tournaments news and related interviews, to MMORPGs and single player games. On Srs Gamerz you can find all these articles as well as other projects, all related to gaming. The intent is to be in touch with the gaming community, interviewing your favourite eSports and gaming figureheads, and providing gaming guides.
Aside from that, Elisabetta loved writing since being a child. She often wrote little poems and short stories about things that captured her or steered her feelings. This is where much of her fan fiction comes from, a love for writing and the urge to express those feelings. Her stories range from the world of fantasy to that of science-fiction alike.